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Berlin’s history cut the city into distinctive neighborhoods. Each one has its own architecture, its own organizational scheme. It feels like there are many small cities inside one big city. It makes a great novelty effect, but also makes it hard to find good spots. You’ve got to know how to access a private courtyard for the best Biergarten or on which floor of such a building to find the best record store. Then, of course, you have to not only know the best places to party but what time to party. Berlin’s been known to throw a better party on a Sunday afternoon than a rager on a Saturday night.